International Centre of the rapprochement of cultures under the aegis of UNESCO contributes to the launch of a new awareness campaign called "YOUTH WORLD RELAY"
This past June 21-25, the International Centre of the rapprochement of cultures under the aegis of UNESCO and the International anti-nuclear movement "Nevada-Semipalatinsk" with the support of the UNESCO Cluster Office in Almaty and the Nursultan Nazarbayev Foundation launched an informative and awareness campaign called "YOUTH WORLD RELAY".
The project was dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the 30th anniversary of the closure of the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site.
It was created for young people and was exclusively educational in nature with the purpose of perpetuating and highlighting the importance of developing a peaceful and safe Kazakhstan.
This project was intended to foster a sense of pride and patriotism by promoting a vision of a world free of nuclear weapons.
"YOUTH WORLD RELAY" was held through a live broadcast with veterans of the International Anti-Nuclear Movement "Nevada-Semipalatinsk", with the goal of contributing to the development of youth in Kazakhstan, sharing life experience as well as the practical and theoretical knowledge and allowing youth to get crucial firsthand knowledge about the events.
The recording of the meeting will be available on "UNESCO Clubs Kazakhstan" youtube channel, on the following link: https://www.youtube.com/c/UNESCOClubsKazakhstan